Using your headset with two devices simultaneously
Your headset has two different connection modes: Multipoint mode and Singlepoint mode. Multipoint mode helps you manage two connections at the same time. For example, if you connect your headset with two phones, you can receive calls from both phones without having to disconnect and reconnect. Multipoint mode is enabled by default. If you stop using one of two connected devices, you should switch to Singlepoint mode manually.
In Multipoint mode, the headset remembers both paired devices. You can reconnect previously paired devices easily by manually switching back to Multipoint mode from Singlepoint mode. A previously paired device can then be detected automatically.
You can only connect to a maximum of two devices in Multipoint mode. If you pair the headset with a third device, the first paired device gets disconnected.
To manually pair your headset with a second device
- After manually pairing the first device with your headset, repeat the same instruction steps that describe how to manually pair your headset with another device.
To automatically pair your headset with a second device
- After pairing the first device with your headset automatically, repeat the same instruction steps that describe how to automatically pair your headset with another device.
To switch between Multipoint mode and Singlepoint mode
- Make sure that the headset is turned off.
- Put the headphones in your ears.
- To enter Multipoint mode, press and hold down the volume up key while turning on the headset. After Multipoint mode is activated, you will hear two beeps.
- To enter Singlepoint mode, press and hold down the volume down key while turning on the headset. After Singlepoint mode is activated, you will hear one beep.
In order to connect to both paired devices in Multipoint mode, you need to restart the headset.